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Yoshie Furuhashi
Yoshie Furuhashi, Founder, Movement Translation Service
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Gareth Porter 3h
The Mueller report's detailed accounts of those famous "contacts" show that I was correct to warn "progressive" opponents of Trump in early 2017 that they were being swept up in a Russia hysteria that could only benefit the war state and its new Cold War.
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Esfandyar Batmanghelidj 5h
Replying to @yarbatman
7. If the US revokes the nuclear waivers, I see no way CNNC will continue work on Arak without some major state intervention. The JCPOA parties failed to fully resist US sanctions for the sake of economic engagement. Will they *finally* do so for the sake of non-proliferation?
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Esfandyar Batmanghelidj 5h
Replying to @yarbatman
6. In the face of the limited investment Iran saw after sanctions relief, the parties of the JCPOA have repeatedly stated that they can't force companies into the Iranian market. This has been the cop out. But now the issue arises in the essential area nuclear cooperation.
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Esfandyar Batmanghelidj 5h
Replying to @yarbatman
5. It appears that the same sanctions concerns that hobbled economic engagement under the JCPOA might hobble nuclear cooperation as well. CNNC is a global firm with Belt and Road ambitions. It is looking at US targeting of companies like ZTE + Huawei and seeing huge risks.
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Esfandyar Batmanghelidj 5h
Replying to @yarbatman
4. Indeed, Iran continued to abide by its side of the agreement. But earlier this year, the head of Iran's atomic energy organization, Ali Akbar Salehi, stated publicly that China was not carrying out required work on the Arak reactor redesign.
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Esfandyar Batmanghelidj 5h
Replying to @yarbatman
3. While failed to see the economic dividends of the nuclear deal, both due to the lingering effects of sanctions when lifted and their eventual reimposition by Trump, it was largely taken for granted that the non-proliferation work would continue.
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Esfandyar Batmanghelidj 5h
Replying to @yarbatman
2. The Trump administration is considering revoking three waivers critical for the nuclear work at Arak, Fordow, and Bushehr. Unlike the economic promises of the JCPOA, the work on these three nuclear sites is fundamental to the non-proliferation commitments of the JCPOA.
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Esfandyar Batmanghelidj 5h
1. Continued implementation of civil nuclear cooperation under the depends not on the commitment of governments, but on the decisions of a single Chinese company, the China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC). This is the deal's fatal flaw.
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The Grayzone 5h
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo: "I was the CIA director. We lied, we cheated, we stole. We had entire training courses. It reminds you of the glory of the American experiment." (From the official US State Department transcript: )
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Eyes Left 50m
Co-host wrote & produced this doc, which every GI & vet should see. From burn pits, to nuke tests, to Gulf War Illness, learn what this gov’t REALLY thinks of you—and how far they’ll go to deny you benefits after intentionally poisoning you
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Labor Notes 2h
Breaking: Workers say the anti-union campaign has begun inside Volkswagen's Chattanooga, Tennessee factory, where the UAW has filed for a plant-wide union election.
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Joe Catron 🇻🇪🌹🇵🇸 3h
NicaNotes: 10 Reasons to join us in Nicaragua in July
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Hisham Wannous 3h
Video: Siria: ferias de Expo-Damasco buscan disminuir efectos de sanciones
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Herman Wang 17h
Which oil producers stand to gain market share because of US on ? has a handy grade-by-grade chart
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Adam Tooze 4h
Rich countries tend to have large middle classes (btw 75 and 200% of median income), the exception is the US. data cited by
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Jonathan Kissam 🌹⚡️ 3h
If you're in or near State College, come on down to Foster Auditorium tomorrow evening and hear this talk by the brilliant and insightful and . Oh, and I'll be there too.
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Dan Kovalik 🇨🇺🇻🇪🇵🇸🇳🇮🔴⚫️ 4h
My new book on is dedicated to and includes a Foreword by . It is available for pre-order now!
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Tracy Alloway Apr 23
Oil traders betting against the notion that Saudi/UAE will be able to replace lost capacity from Iran. WTI spreads soaring to the highest in the life of the contract, Brent backwardation at highest since mid October.
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d ford 23h
Salute to everyone holding it down defending the Venezuelan Embassy in DC!
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Loud & Clear Apr 18
Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by Coleen Rowley, former FBI special agent and whistleblower, Ben Norton, journalist with the Grayzone Project, and Dan Kovalik, a human rights and labor lawyer, to discuss the release of the Mueller report
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